Mar 26 AT 10:19 AM Taylor Wimberly 9 Comments

T-Mobile ready to expose The Truth about wireless contracts


“T-Mobile sent actor and comedian Jason Jones to the streets of New York City to uncover the truth about a dangerous and looming problem — the wireless industry. Join Jason as he exposes the pains and realities of contracts, device upgrades and root canals. Yes, root canals.”

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  • redraider133

    This is a good start, it is what they will need to do to get the average consumer to see why this may be smarter than locking into a contract

  • scubabum

    Ideally, the consumers should be able to subscribe to services by a wireless provider without a locked-in contract. The phone companies will have to provide better services than their rivals to retain their customers instead of locking them in for a set period of time.

    The consumers can purchase their own devices/phones and then can shop for a service plan from any wireless provider.

    • redraider133

      I agree. We should move towards what they are doing in many places outside the US, except here in the states the carriers like having all the control and power.

    • donger

      Yes this should be how it should be for consumers.

  • Heetskore

    Thank god the penalties for cancellations are capped where I live.

  • John Patrick

    Ask not for whom the bell tolls,.. it tolls for Verizon, AT&T and Sprint

  • Richard Yarrell

    Get use to hear from Tmobile in 2013 cause they are about to change the game.

  • rashad360

    I love Jason Jones, lol. Very entertaining but I really wish T-Mo would clearly say how they are doing things different.

  • Jamie Jankowski

    I have been using tmobile no contract phone for a while now. I started to use them when I was out of work and not certain if I could pay my phone bill. It was a nice choice because if I couldn’t afford to pay it that month I just waited until I could and didn’t get hit with extra fees. I was able to choose from a few different priced plans that fit my budget and needs. I still continue to use them and get unlimited everything for 70$ a month. Yes the service could be a little bit better as far as connectivity,some places I loose my Internet connection , but over all I have been satisfied and have not experienced any dropped calls.